Accessible Tourism for Economic Development and Social Responsibility, Batumi, Georgia
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21 to 24 November 2014, Batumi, Georgia. NGO PARSA cordially invites participants to attend this international conference, supported by National and regional tourism authorities, the City of Batumi and International donors, with the participation of ENAT. After being postponed, the event is re-confirmed on the original dates, thanks to funding from the Adjara Tourism Department.
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To ENAT Members and followers
After being postponed, the event is re-confirmed on the original dates, thanks to funding from the Adjara Tourism Department.
You are cordially invited to participate in the upcoming event - 2nd International Conference “Accessible Tourism for Economic Development and Social Responsibility” which will be held on November 21-24 2014. in Batumi, Georgia.
The aims of the conference are “Promotion of accessible tourism for social inclusion and economic development”.
The Conference format includes sessions:
- Opening ceremony and conference – presentations by the local and international organizations (ENAT), local and international experts, representatives of the State structures
- Info Tour in Adjara and Kakheti Regions.
The official host of the conference is NGO “PARSA” – an associated member and Georgian National Contact Point of ENAT (European Network for Accessible Tourism).
Supporters of the conference:
- Georgian National Tourism Administration;
- Department of Tourism and Resort of Adjara A.R;.
- Batumi City Hall;
- International Donor Organizations;.
For registration information, please contact the conference secretariat via
Registration fee: Early registration, (up to 1st November) 200 EU; Late (after 1st November) 250 EURO; On-site: 300 EURO.
Parsa Tbilisi, Georgia Tel: (+995) 577 46 46 25
E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Parsa Travel Website: www.parsatravel.ge
Website: Social Responsibility for All: www.srfa.ge
NGO PARSA is an ENAT Associate Member and the Georgian National Contact Point of ENAT